It’s always exciting when The Persephone Biannually arrives in my mailbox. Inside are updates on things going on in the Persephone world, such as the publication of three new titles this April: Miss Buncle Married by De Stevenson, Midsummer Night in the Workhouse by Diana Athill, and The Sack of Bath by Adam Fergusson.
There is a listing of the 93 Persephone book titles available, a short story by Diana Athill entitled “The Real Thing”, and articles on Sicily as well as Bath.
So honored to be included in this Spring’s edition along with bloggers Rebecca Reads, Paperback Reader, Books and Chocolate, Iris on Books, Fleur Fisher, Book Snob, Desperate Reader, chasing bawa, A Book Sanctuary, Savidge Reads, Sasha & the Silverfish, Harriet Devine’s Blog and Stuck in a Book.
Looking forward to the titles they’ve recommended which I haven’t yet read, perusing the magazine from cover to cover, and quite probably ordering a few more books for my collection. The delights of this British bookshop are endless.
Find more Mailbox Mondays at Mari Reads for the month of May.